Officer Chauvin Stabbed In Federal Prison
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From the New York Post:

Ex-cop Derek Chauvin, who was convicted of killing George Floyd, stabbed in prison: report

By Social Links for Katherine Donlevy
Published Nov. 24, 2023

Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin—who was convicted of murdering George Floyd—was stabbed by another inmate at a federal prison in Arizona on Friday, a source told The Associated Press.

Chauvin was seriously injured in the attack around 12:30 p.m. at Federal Correctional Institution, Tucson, the Bureau of Prisons told the outlet without naming the inmate.

Prison employees performed “life-saving measures” before Chauvin was hospitalized, the federal agency said.

Chauvin was convicted of the legally bizarre crime of murder by negligence, a factoid that has played a key rhetorical role in the media’s efforts to post-hoc rationalize its psychotic break during the George Floyd racial reckoning: George Floyd was murdered.

Sounds like negligence might possibly have played a role in this attempted murder.

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